NASA is celebrating a silver anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope.

FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports:

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Twenty-five years ago, the Hubble Space Telescope was deployed.

(Wiseman) "But the first images coming from the telescope just weren't all that great. They were kind of blurry. Turns out there was a problem with the mirror inside, at first."

And so a shuttle brought up a repair crew says Dr. Jennifer Wiseman, NASA's chief for the Hubble.

Since then, Hubble has been collecting reams of data that are still being analyzed, but NASA is proud of the pictures. Full color, and how human eyes would view space.

(Wiseman) "To make these space images something people feel a sense of ownership of, and a sense of pride about."

NASA thinks Hubble will continue working past 2020.

Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.

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